North Carolina is no stranger to extreme weather events. According to Ready NC, all parts of the state have experienced tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, and ice storms. If you own a commercial building, it's vital that you're ready for these events.
In the United States, factories and commercial buildings use about $40 billion worth of outdated equipment. This costs businesses $50 billion in the long run with unexpected equipment downtimes and repairs.
Floors contribute to more than 2 million falling injuries per year. Dangerous flooring, including broken or uneven floors, is one of the main reasons that these injuries occur.
If you have an outdoor water tank, then you may be only too familiar with corrosion. Corrosion is a term that describes the degradation of metals, and it's something that we've all experienced with our water tanks. Over time, your water tank may start to rust.
When it comes to your commercial space, appearance is everything. From increasing productivity to boosting sales, strategic interior design can have a major impact on a business's success.
Painting industrial equipment might seem like a decorative folly. But perhaps your team has worked on these machines just fine for months or even years? So what exactly could a paint job do to improve the quality and productivity of your facility?
If you are a water tower owner or operator, sooner or later, you will need to have your tower painted. Water Tower painting is not only an important maintenance activity, but it can also be a way to improve the appearance of your water storage unit and even increase its lifespan. In this blog post, we will discuss how water towers are painted and provide some tips on how you can make the process go as smoothly as possible.
The wall across from your couch is smudged with little fingerprints. In your kitchen, things are looking pretty dingy; but wouldn’t you after ten years of breakfast, lunch and dinner splattered on your face? And don’t even get started about the colors. The contractor that built your house picked them, and honestly, they just make you sad. It’s time to paint your kitchen and living room.
If you’re thinking about painting, coating or sealing your home’s concrete floors – whether that’s your garage, basement or other auxiliary space – you have a few choices to make. The two most common concrete finishes for homes are polished concrete and coated concrete. Both are beautiful, durable, and inexpensive when compared to other types of flooring. But both have different benefits and use cases. So, let’s take a look at them side by side based on a few common criteria you might be thinking about.
So, you’ve got a concrete-floored garage (or basement) that’s in need of a little love. The floor kicks up dust, feels a little gritty and dirty no matter what you do to clean it, and you’d like the space to be a little nicer, a little more usable.